Have you ever considered the power of the Pay Code function in Unanet? Pay Codes are the earnings and leave categories your organization uses to track and classify reported hours on employees’/subcontractors’ timesheets.
The budgeting process for any company can be a daunting process. But, like most things, hard work pays off, and establishing a detailed budget is a critical element to ensure a healthy and profitable company.
Unanet offers a streamlined platform which works for many small contractors and offers a host of benefits you should consider, including smooth integration and a single platform for most of your financial processes. For all of our current Unanet users and potential Unanet users; the Unanet Practice Group would like to give you a quick view of additional products available within Unanet:
Looking forward to closing 2018? It can be a daunting task, even when you have a trained team and an armload of checklists. To ensure you are fully prepared to tackle each of the processes you encounter at the end of the year and to start the new year right, we at Redstone GCI wanted to provide a check-list and some links to the Unanet Knowledge Center to help you through the Year-End Process:
Over the course of 2015, one of our accounting services consultants, Katie Donnell, made four week long trips to Unanet Headquarters in Dulles, VA for training classes to implement and operate Unanet software.
Our partnership with Unanet has benefited a lot of our clients in a multitude of different ways. Not only are our consultants trained and certified to implement the software for our clients, we can also provide a variety of other types of Unanet software support to add value to the software system, accounting environment, and project management. Below are a few examples.
A common misconception occurs when the term “DCAA-compliant accounting system” is used to describe a particular brand of accounting software. Sure, some accounting software systems and its components are designed specifically to address compliance with government regulatory requirements. But just because you buy it and use it does not mean you automatically have a compliant accounting system. There are several requirements of the accounting system and its environment that must be in place to ensure DCAA compliance, and there are a multitude of ways to meet these requirements without a significant investment in the purchase, implementation, training, and maintenance of a really expensive accounting system. Small businesses looking forward to bidding on prime, cost-type contracts must maintain DCAA compliance while also being as cost effective as possible to keep indirect rates at a competitive level. There are many options to choose from, and business owners must determine the best fit for their company. Be sure to consider all of the options: